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Dear Ruben Safir,

[*Escape to Freedom*][1] is a new animated video from the Free
Software Foundation (FSF), giving an introduction to the concepts
behind [software freedom][2]: both what we gain by having it, and what
rights are at stake. Join our lead freedom-seeker, Zara, as she learns
the importance of free software, and guides herself through the labyrinth
of challenges posed to her by contemporary digital society, which
offers the tempting allure of convenience in exchange for important
rights. In search of freedom, she learns how to seize control of her
own seemingly predetermined narrative and helps others do the same --
taking the [ladder][3] that leads to digital liberation step by step.

[1]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/?mtm_campaign=spring22&mtm_source=videomail
[2]: https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html
[3]: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/the-journey-begins-with-a-single-step-climb-the-freedom-ladder

This video is the newest addition to the [series][4] of animated
videos created by the FSF on the subject of free software. We think of
*Escape to Freedom* as a fable that demonstrates the all-too real
consequences of not having control over your own computing, and just
how important our collective struggle for digital liberation is. By
working in a surreal animation style this time around, we hope that
we've evocatively illustrated some of the emotional effects nonfree
software and a lack of control over one's digital autonomy can have on
daily life. *Escape to Freedom* shows the movement's monopolistic
enemies in an eerie lens, but we hope this distortion of reality will
help to show them for what they really are. *Escape to Freedom*
presents the movement in the tried and true tradition of allegory, and
portrays the need for software freedom in a way that captures the
attention of nontechnical computer users.

[4]: https://www.fsf.org/resources/videos/

## Help spread word about *Escape to Freedom* and free software

To help us bring attention to the importance of software freedom, and
the need for the technology we use to respect our basic dignity,
please show your support by promoting this video.

* **Share a [message][5] on your favorite microblog.**
* **Here's a short URL you can use:
**
* **Use [these images][6] and the #EscapetoFreedom hashtag**
* **Read about FSF's [freedom ladder campaign][7]**

We're almost halfway to our [spring fundraiser goal][8]. If you enjoy this video, your support of the FSF will help us create more materials like this to help spread free software awareness.

[5]: https://fsf.org/share?u=https://u.fsf.org/escape-to-freedom&t=Watch%20and%20share%20the%20FSF%27s%20latest%20animated%20video%20%22Escape%20to%20Freedom%22%20about%20the%20need%20for%20software%20freedom%2C%20and%20how%20you%20can%20take%20your%20first%20step%20on%20the%20journey%20to%20liberation.%20%2523EscapetoFreedom
[6]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/source-files/images/
[7]: https://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:Freedom_Ladder
[8]: https://fsf.org/appeal?mtm_campaign=spring22&mtm_source=videomail
[9]: https://my.fsf.org/join?mtm_campaign=spring22&mtm_source=videomail
[10]: https://my.fsf.org/donate?mtm_campaign=spring22&mtm_source=videomail

**Can you [join this effort][9] as an FSF associate member?** You can
start for as little as $10 per month ($5 for students), or $120 per
year. With your support we can continue to show people how free
software can help drive major change. Besides that, your membership
gives strength to the *idea* of free software. Standing up for, and
sharing your reason to believe in, free software can help inspire
others just like you.

The more members we can count, the better we can defend everyone's
freedoms in matters of global importance. Plus, your membership will
count towards achieving our spring goal of $67,000. You'll also be
able to enjoy all the [member benefits][12], which include merchandise
discounts, a 16GB bootable membership card, and use of our associate
member videoconferencing server. For a membership at the $120 level,
we'll send you a commemorative pin.


## Download the video:
* webm: [1080p][13] | [720p][14] | [360p][15]
* Ogg Theora: [1080p][16] | [720p][17] | [360p][18]
* mp4: [1080p][19] | [720p][20] | [360p][20]
* Source files: [Source files][22]

[More information about the different formats the FSF chooses to use][23]

[13]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-1080p.webm
[14]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-720p.webm
[15]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-360p.webm
[16]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-1080p.ogv
[17]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-720p.ogv
[18]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-360p.ogv
[19]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-1080p.mp4
[20]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-720p.mp4
[21]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-360p.mp4
[22]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/source-files/
[23]: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/the-fsfs-approach-to-using-online-videos-for-advocacy

## Subtitles and translations
Help us translate to many different languages so we can share
this video across the globe! Translation [drafts and the how-to
explanation][24] can be found on our the LibrePlanet wiki. Once you have
finalized a translation, email and we will
publish it.

**Subtitle files:** [English][25] | [Spanish][26]

[24]: https://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:FSF/Escape-to-Freedom/Translation
[25]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/captions/escape-to-freedom_en.vtt
[26]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/captions/escape-to-freedom_es.vtt

Thank you for supporting for free software. Enjoy the show!

## Video credits:
** *Escape to Freedom* by the Free Software Foundation**
**LENGTH**: 3:51
**PRODUCER & DIRECTOR**: Brad Burkhart
**STORY**: Brad Burkhart, Free Software Foundation
**NARRATOR**: Zoë Kooyman
**ANIMATOR**: Zygis Luksas

*Escape to Freedom* by the [Free Software Foundation][27] Copyright © 2022 is
licensed under the [Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0
International License][28].

[27]: https://www.fsf.org
[28]: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

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Escape to Freedom is a new animated video from the Free
Software Foundation (FSF), giving an introduction to the concepts
behind software freedom: both what we gain by having it, and what
rights are at stake. Join our lead freedom-seeker, Zara, as she learns
the importance of free software, and guides herself through the labyrinth
of challenges posed to her by contemporary digital society, which
offers the tempting allure of convenience in exchange for important
rights. In search of freedom, she learns how to seize control of her
own seemingly predetermined narrative and helps others do the same --
taking the ladder that leads to digital liberation step by step.



This video is the newest addition to the series of animated
videos created by the FSF on the subject of free software. We think of
Escape to Freedom as a fable that demonstrates the all-too real
consequences of not having control over your own computing, and just
how important our collective struggle for digital liberation is. By
working in a surreal animation style this time around, we hope that
we've evocatively illustrated some of the emotional effects nonfree
software and a lack of control over one's digital autonomy can have on
daily life. Escape to Freedom shows the movement's monopolistic
enemies in an eerie lens, but we hope this distortion of reality will
help to show them for what they really are. Escape to Freedom
presents the movement in the tried and true tradition of allegory, and
portrays the need for software freedom in a way that captures the attention of nontechnical computer users.



Help spread word about Escape to Freedom and free software



To help us bring attention to the importance of software freedom, and
the need for the technology we use to respect our basic dignity,
please show your support by promoting this video.






We're almost halfway to our spring fundraiser goal. If you enjoy this video, your support of the FSF will help us create more materials like this to help spread free software awareness.



Can you join this effort as an FSF associate member? You can
start for as little as $10 per month ($5 for students), or $120 per
year. With your support we can continue to show people how free
software can help drive major change. Besides that, your membership
gives strength to the idea of free software. Standing up for, and
sharing your reason to believe in, free software can help inspire
others just like you.



The more members we can count, the better we can defend everyone's
freedoms in matters of global importance. Plus, your membership will
count towards achieving our spring goal of $67,000. You'll also be
able to enjoy all the member benefits, which include merchandise
discounts, a 16GB bootable membership card, and use of our associate
member videoconferencing server. For a membership at the $120 level,
we'll send you a commemorative pin.





Download the video:






More information about the different formats the FSF chooses to use



Subtitles and translations



Help us translate to many different languages so we can share
this video across the globe! Translation drafts and the how-to
explanation
can be found on our the LibrePlanet wiki. Once you have
finalized a translation, email campaigns@fsf.org and we will
publish it.



Subtitle files: English | Spanish



Thank you for supporting for free software. Enjoy the show!



Video credits:



Escape to Freedom by the Free Software Foundation

LENGTH: 3:51

PRODUCER & DIRECTOR: Brad Burkhart

STORY: Brad Burkhart, Free Software Foundation

NARRATOR: Zoë Kooyman

ANIMATOR: Zygis Luksas



Escape to Freedom by the Free Software Foundation Copyright © 2022 is
licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0
International License
.








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[*Escape to Freedom*][1] is a new animated video from the Free
Software Foundation (FSF), giving an introduction to the concepts
behind [software freedom][2]: both what we gain by having it, and what
rights are at stake. Join our lead freedom-seeker, Zara, as she learns
the importance of free software, and guides herself through the labyrinth
of challenges posed to her by contemporary digital society, which
offers the tempting allure of convenience in exchange for important
rights. In search of freedom, she learns how to seize control of her
own seemingly predetermined narrative and helps others do the same --
taking the [ladder][3] that leads to digital liberation step by step.

[1]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/?mtm_campaign=spring22&mtm_source=videomail
[2]: https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html
[3]: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/the-journey-begins-with-a-single-step-climb-the-freedom-ladder

This video is the newest addition to the [series][4] of animated
videos created by the FSF on the subject of free software. We think of
*Escape to Freedom* as a fable that demonstrates the all-too real
consequences of not having control over your own computing, and just
how important our collective struggle for digital liberation is. By
working in a surreal animation style this time around, we hope that
we've evocatively illustrated some of the emotional effects nonfree
software and a lack of control over one's digital autonomy can have on
daily life. *Escape to Freedom* shows the movement's monopolistic
enemies in an eerie lens, but we hope this distortion of reality will
help to show them for what they really are. *Escape to Freedom*
presents the movement in the tried and true tradition of allegory, and
portrays the need for software freedom in a way that captures the
attention of nontechnical computer users.

[4]: https://www.fsf.org/resources/videos/

## Help spread word about *Escape to Freedom* and free software

To help us bring attention to the importance of software freedom, and
the need for the technology we use to respect our basic dignity,
please show your support by promoting this video.

* **Share a [message][5] on your favorite microblog.**
* **Here's a short URL you can use:
**
* **Use [these images][6] and the #EscapetoFreedom hashtag**
* **Read about FSF's [freedom ladder campaign][7]**

We're almost halfway to our [spring fundraiser goal][8]. If you enjoy this video, your support of the FSF will help us create more materials like this to help spread free software awareness.

[5]: https://fsf.org/share?u=https://u.fsf.org/escape-to-freedom&t=Watch%20and%20share%20the%20FSF%27s%20latest%20animated%20video%20%22Escape%20to%20Freedom%22%20about%20the%20need%20for%20software%20freedom%2C%20and%20how%20you%20can%20take%20your%20first%20step%20on%20the%20journey%20to%20liberation.%20%2523EscapetoFreedom
[6]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/source-files/images/
[7]: https://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:Freedom_Ladder
[8]: https://fsf.org/appeal?mtm_campaign=spring22&mtm_source=videomail
[9]: https://my.fsf.org/join?mtm_campaign=spring22&mtm_source=videomail
[10]: https://my.fsf.org/donate?mtm_campaign=spring22&mtm_source=videomail

**Can you [join this effort][9] as an FSF associate member?** You can
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gives strength to the *idea* of free software. Standing up for, and
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The more members we can count, the better we can defend everyone's
freedoms in matters of global importance. Plus, your membership will
count towards achieving our spring goal of $67,000. You'll also be
able to enjoy all the [member benefits][12], which include merchandise
discounts, a 16GB bootable membership card, and use of our associate
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we'll send you a commemorative pin.


## Download the video:
* webm: [1080p][13] | [720p][14] | [360p][15]
* Ogg Theora: [1080p][16] | [720p][17] | [360p][18]
* mp4: [1080p][19] | [720p][20] | [360p][20]
* Source files: [Source files][22]

[More information about the different formats the FSF chooses to use][23]

[13]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-1080p.webm
[14]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-720p.webm
[15]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-360p.webm
[16]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-1080p.ogv
[17]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-720p.ogv
[18]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-360p.ogv
[19]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-1080p.mp4
[20]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-720p.mp4
[21]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/videos/escape-to-freedom-360p.mp4
[22]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/source-files/
[23]: https://www.fsf.org/blogs/community/the-fsfs-approach-to-using-online-videos-for-advocacy

## Subtitles and translations
Help us translate to many different languages so we can share
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**Subtitle files:** [English][25] | [Spanish][26]

[24]: https://libreplanet.org/wiki/Group:FSF/Escape-to-Freedom/Translation
[25]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/captions/escape-to-freedom_en.vtt
[26]: https://static.fsf.org/nosvn/videos/escape-to-freedom/captions/escape-to-freedom_es.vtt

Thank you for supporting for free software. Enjoy the show!

## Video credits:
** *Escape to Freedom* by the Free Software Foundation**
**LENGTH**: 3:51
**PRODUCER & DIRECTOR**: Brad Burkhart
**STORY**: Brad Burkhart, Free Software Foundation
**NARRATOR**: Zoë Kooyman
**ANIMATOR**: Zygis Luksas

*Escape to Freedom* by the [Free Software Foundation][27] Copyright © 2022 is
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International License][28].

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[28]: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/

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Escape to Freedom is a new animated video from the Free
Software Foundation (FSF), giving an introduction to the concepts
behind software freedom: both what we gain by having it, and what
rights are at stake. Join our lead freedom-seeker, Zara, as she learns
the importance of free software, and guides herself through the labyrinth
of challenges posed to her by contemporary digital society, which
offers the tempting allure of convenience in exchange for important
rights. In search of freedom, she learns how to seize control of her
own seemingly predetermined narrative and helps others do the same --
taking the ladder that leads to digital liberation step by step.



This video is the newest addition to the series of animated
videos created by the FSF on the subject of free software. We think of
Escape to Freedom as a fable that demonstrates the all-too real
consequences of not having control over your own computing, and just
how important our collective struggle for digital liberation is. By
working in a surreal animation style this time around, we hope that
we've evocatively illustrated some of the emotional effects nonfree
software and a lack of control over one's digital autonomy can have on
daily life. Escape to Freedom shows the movement's monopolistic
enemies in an eerie lens, but we hope this distortion of reality will
help to show them for what they really are. Escape to Freedom
presents the movement in the tried and true tradition of allegory, and
portrays the need for software freedom in a way that captures the attention of nontechnical computer users.



Help spread word about Escape to Freedom and free software



To help us bring attention to the importance of software freedom, and
the need for the technology we use to respect our basic dignity,
please show your support by promoting this video.






We're almost halfway to our spring fundraiser goal. If you enjoy this video, your support of the FSF will help us create more materials like this to help spread free software awareness.



Can you join this effort as an FSF associate member? You can
start for as little as $10 per month ($5 for students), or $120 per
year. With your support we can continue to show people how free
software can help drive major change. Besides that, your membership
gives strength to the idea of free software. Standing up for, and
sharing your reason to believe in, free software can help inspire
others just like you.



The more members we can count, the better we can defend everyone's
freedoms in matters of global importance. Plus, your membership will
count towards achieving our spring goal of $67,000. You'll also be
able to enjoy all the member benefits, which include merchandise
discounts, a 16GB bootable membership card, and use of our associate
member videoconferencing server. For a membership at the $120 level,
we'll send you a commemorative pin.





Download the video:






More information about the different formats the FSF chooses to use



Subtitles and translations



Help us translate to many different languages so we can share
this video across the globe! Translation drafts and the how-to
explanation
can be found on our the LibrePlanet wiki. Once you have
finalized a translation, email campaigns@fsf.org and we will
publish it.



Subtitle files: English | Spanish



Thank you for supporting for free software. Enjoy the show!



Video credits:



Escape to Freedom by the Free Software Foundation

LENGTH: 3:51

PRODUCER & DIRECTOR: Brad Burkhart

STORY: Brad Burkhart, Free Software Foundation

NARRATOR: Zoë Kooyman

ANIMATOR: Zygis Luksas



Escape to Freedom by the Free Software Foundation Copyright © 2022 is
licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0
International License
.








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